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It has been more than a year now that “Freaky Girls” from Saint Lucia’s Ricky T has dominated fetes, events and airwaves in all corners of the globe including the Caribbean region, US, UK and Canada.
The brand new musical offering by budding artiste Nassy entitled “D Tourist” has become the latest viral sensation to come out of the twin island republic of Trinidad & Tobago. With a simple yet catchy beat and infectious hooks the song has been gaining attention with the music loving masses and places a special spotlight on Tobago’s many tourism attractions.
The word ‘Wajank’ is a slang which originated in Trinidad and Tobago and is defined as a person who acts in an irresponsible or reckless manner. For Carnival 2017 Soca artiste Keston ‘D’ Chancellor’ Harris will be encouraging the masses to channel their inner wajank with his latest J’ouvert-centric release.
With the island celebrating its Golden Jubilee this year, local Foreday Morning franchise, Damage Kontrol Entertainment is getting in on the action. Now in their fourth year on the scene, the band unveiled their 2016 contribution to the Crop Over Festival recently which is aptly themed 'Ring the Alarm'.
The island of Trinidad and Tobago is proving, almost daily that it holds, within its bosom, some of the most talented and strong willed people in the world.
They have been asking for years, how he has done it, how and why he continues to push while balancing work and being a single father.
Enough is Enough: is the sentiment of a group of local artists and music enthusiasts in Barbados, as they voice their disgust at radio stations and DJ’s who continue not to promote and play local music.
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After just about two years in observance mode, readying herself for her musical future, Trinidad and Tobago vocalist, Chrystal Bellille, best known as Buffy is back in the spotlight.
His songs are nothing short of perfect. In fact, if you listen to his voice acapella style, you will not request any backup music.
For Charice Walrond it was perseverance and a ride of true ‘Honesty’ about experiences dear to her heart that took her to victory during the 13-18 category of the 2013 Scotiabank Junior Monarch Competition.